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Indo-Trinidadians

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  • However, since neither of today's Afro or Indo-Trinidadians would like to go back

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  • Since then, Indo-Trinidadians have advanced in several fields especially in business and the professions through hard work and determination.

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  • Whatever happens to Kamla, her candidacy is historical for all women and can be a moment of introspection for Indo-Trinidadians.

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  • Given the disproportionate number of Indo-Trinidadians who are the victims of crime, the idea that racial considerations can influence and inform the deliberation of criminal juries is one which can spread panic and fear and lead to a loss of confidence in the criminal justice system.

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  • When the respondents from San Fernando were asked how, in general, they would rate their marriages, 28 percent of the Afro-Trinidadian women and 67 percent of the Indo-Trinidadians answered "good" or "very good".

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  • This publication presents ten articles by Cudjoe on such topics as Panday's politics, a review of Selwyn Ryan's publication on the rise of Indo-Trinidadians to political power, a condemnation of Ramesh Maharaj, the author's views on the conflict generated by Dr. Dennison Moore's thesis on the rise of racial ideology in Trinidad and the particular role of the Presbyterian church, an exposition on the origins and development of the calypso art form,

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  • Politics have generally run along ethnic lines, with Afro-Trinidadians supporting the PNM and Indo-Trinidadians supporting various Indian-majority parties, such as the United National Congress (UNC).

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  • So said, Mr Maharaj also wrote: "Because these same deprived people (Indo-Trinidadians) have dominated (my emphasis) the Medical Board we have weekly media complaints by Afro-Trinidadian columnists constantly ridiculing their activities."

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  • Each party represents and is supported by one of the two large racial groups in the country - the Afro-Trinidadians in the case of the PNM and the Indo-Trinidadians in the case of the UNC.

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  • Pundit Mahabir, who sang six folk songs, said that the Bhojpuri dialect was sweeter than Hindi and Indo-Trinidadians use the rhythm when speaking English.

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